First image of black hole captured by team of Harvard scientists
A global team of astronomers, led by Harvard scientists, have captured an image of a black hole for the first time.
Harvard on Twitter
- Both Catherine Zhangs are graduating with #Harvard19 this month. Before their first year, they discovered each other on Facebook, and then spent four years dealing with mix-ups over their identities, but also becoming friends. t.co/rBXwMhSsSE
- Eat your vegetables! Research from @harvardmed has linked a compound found in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and Brussels sprouts to one of the body’s most potent cancer-fighting genes. t.co/efITJhoRt7
- “Young scientists” in the @ArnoldArboretum's Field Study Experiences program participate in hands-on explorations in and around the meadows, ponds, and woodlands of the Arboretum t.co/1tmjcgPF5F
Arts and Humanities
Gaga dancers: movement language
With twisting and floating movements, Harvard Gaga dance course teaches students and community members to listen to their bodies.
Harvard Japanese art professor curates MET exhibit
Harvard’s Melissa McCormick takes “The Tale of the Genji,” one of the world’s first novels, from classroom to gallery.